$25 for a plain and simple high chair from ikea. I was given a fancy one with padded seat, straps and adjustable height etc that took FOREVER to clean. Its sitting in storage now. The ikea one takes 1 minute to wipe down. Love it.
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26-01-2014 19:57 #23
Right now I have Pelvic Girdle Pain (PGP) and the best thing I've bought is an extension grabber from Bunnings for less than $10! Now I can pick up DD's toys without bending over!
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26-01-2014 21:38 #25
If you Google you can find them from Australian shops such as haggus and stookles, etc.
They are really great. They are stainless steel vacuum flasks so will keep drinks cold especially with ice. Also, they have a straw so really easy for younger kids and you can buy replacement parts and pull it apart to wash easily. I can't say enough good things about them
Only downside is they can be a tad heavy compared to plastic. If you have trouble googling you can PM me and I can send you links to sites.
They do cost around $25 but imo well worth the money bc will last years!
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26-01-2014 22:15 #26
Probably my $6 onion chopper from Coles. I get to have a good bash of the onion at the same time without the usual onion tears.
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Great thread! Following.
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26-01-2014 23:13 #29
Car phone charger for $7 saves my phone going flat when I'm out as I use it as camera and gps as well as normal phone use!
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27-01-2014 00:18 #30
$30 rice cooker. That thing gets a workout!
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